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Saturday December 9th from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Join us for Unique, Small Town Holiday Festivities


4:00 p.m. Registration for Santa Paws Parade (Park National Bank 100 Western Ave.)

4:30 p.m. Line up for Santa Paws Parade and Holiday of Lights Parade (Park National Bank 100 Western Ave.)

5:00 p.m. Santa Paws Parade begins (Dogs and owners end at Haussermann Park Gazebo)

5:30 p.m. Holiday of Lights Parade begins (Participants end at Quarry)

5:45 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Claus are escorted to Haussermann Park Gazebo to pass out prizes to children and dogs.

6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tree Lighting and holiday singing (Haussermann Park) Fermata Nowhere Performing

7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. More lovely holiday singing River Valley Ecumenical (Haussermann Park)


Shops: Stop in for a friendly holiday greeting!

Lily’s Vintage Corner- 230 Front Street

Past Times Games and Books-221 Front Street

Roth Woodworking-221 Front Street

Mr. Grim’s Nostalgic Nook-128 Front Street

310 Washington Hall Antiques-310 Washington Hall

River Village Shoppe Antiques-411 Walnut Street-Selfies with Frosty the Snowman


Restaurants and Food Trucks-Keep your belly happy and warm!

Cardboard Boat Museum-311 Front Street- Crafters and Food

Olde Town Ice cream-226 Front Street

Green Kayak Grill and Pub-204 Front Street- Live Music

Front Street Cafe-120 Front Street-Live Music

Food Truck #1- Corner of Walnut and Center- Garnished Pommes Frites

Food Truck #2- Corner of Washington and Western- Caveman Crepes


Crafters- Find the perfect gift for that special someone!

Cardboard Boat Museum-311 Front Street- Crafters and Food

Curves-107 Market Street


Entertainment: Enjoy our *Free* attractions!

*Free* Two horse drawn carriages running concurrently offer charming old-time winter rides!

Route #1 Train depot to Curves (328 Front Street to 107 Market Street)

Route #2 Curves to train depot (107 Market Street to 328 Front Street)

*Free* Model train display-328 Front Street- Journey back in time watching all the train sets in motion. While there vote for your favorite decorated gingerbread house.

*Free* Face painting with Ali the elf-328 Front Street- Holiday fun for children of all ages.

*Free* Selfies with Frosty the snowman-411 Walnut Street- Pictures with everyone’s favorite snow guy.

*Free* Caroling and refreshments in the historic old sanctuary First Baptist Church-213 Western Avenue-Underground Railroad Abolitionist Site

RiverStage Theatre presents A Miracle on 34th street. 7:30 p.m. New Richmond High School